Project Wildlife Outreach and Education
In addition to the care and rehabilitation of nearly 12,000 wild animals per year, Project Wildlife’s education and outreach program conducts a variety of workshops and presentations providing wildlife and conservation-focused education to the San Diego community. In schools, classroom programs educate students on the importance of protecting, respecting and coexisting with all wild animals.
Part of our mission at Project Wildlife is to promote wildlife conservation by teaching children and adults about the beauty and value of our wildlife.
Project Wildlife Virtual Lectures and Learning
Take a break and learn about San Diego's diverse wildlife populations, even meet a few of our famous ambassadors!
Project Wildlife Youth Programs
Project Wildlife can bring our environmental program to your classroom or educational setting.
Project Wildlife Information Booth
Project Wildlife information booths provide education about coexisting with local wildlife as well as interactive learning opportunities.
Project Wildlife Speaking Engagements
Have Project Wildlife speak to your group about wildlife rehabilitation, coexisting with local wildlife and more!
Wake Up With Wildlife
Project Wildlife lectures inspire and educate the community to help our local wildlife.
Project Wildlife Education Programs
Project Wildlife can bring our environmental program to your classroom or educational setting. We tailor programs for groups 2nd grade and higher, offering lessons on a variety of environmental education topics. All programs meet California’s Next Generation Science Standards.
Learn more about and schedule Project Wildlife education programs: